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that because britain and germany were both anglo-saxon races, that they as aryans would not go to war with one another. it's an absurdity, needless to say, on so many levels. he, himself, had served in the trenches in the great war when they helped one another. but nonetheless, by the time the second world war broke out, there were only 46 operational u-boats against the united kingdom because he didn't believe he would ever have to actually fight the united kingdom. by the end of the war there were 463, most of them bottled up in the atlantic. but if he had started with as many as he finished with, he would have been able to strangle the united king kingdom. and when one looks at the plans to invade the united kingdom, many of which weren't agreed up until september 1940 when really they ought to have been put in place as soon as he came to power in january 1933, one appreciates how little he was expected to have to attack. there is the infamous list of 2,820 brick britons who were going to be shot on sight or at least when they were arrested by is the ss when the germans successfully invaded
concept and that they were always right and an essential key and was the idea because britain and germany were both races, they would not go to war. it's an absurdity on so many levels, but he himself served in the trenches in the great war when they helped one another, but nonetheless, when the second world war broke out, there were 46 operational u boats with the united kingdom. by the end of the war, there were 463, most bottled up in the baltic, but if he started the world war with as many boats as he finished it, he would have been able to strangle the united kingdom, and the clans to invade the united king doll, many of which were not agreed up until september 1940 when really they ought to have been put into place when they came into power in 1933. one appreciates how little he was expected to have to attack. there is the infamous list of 2,820 britains who would be shot on sight by the ss when the germans successfully invaded. in that list you see sigmund freud and huxley who came to live in america in 1936, and there were others of that kind. indeed, when rebecca west and nick ho
time after timed. i've witnessed it firsthand in great britain, places like sweden where people would never believe there are no go zones for police in these enclaves in europe and even a place like dearborn in america is developing into that but the hub, the center of activity in each of these cases is, yes, the mosque. >> host: all right. you mentioned that they're going up all over the country. one of the ones that you talk about is the islamic center of murfreesboro, tennessee. we've been fixated on the ground zero mosque in manhattan. large facilities like northern environmental. but this is on 52,000 square feet in a tiny suburb of nashville, all right? why? what -- what is the strategy there because you spend a lot of time talking about this in the book. and this -- you know, aide guy from the defense department when i was going to a briefing on this tell me, this is very much in keeping what mao used to call the war of position. you move through the countryside. you leave deposits of your belief and ideology and infrastructure and by the time you get to where you want to go, y
will compete, but >>> euro fighter has been ordered by its four partner nations, britain, germy, britain and spain. but india is seen as critical to keep production going. we caught up with enzo cazellini at the air show. >> congratulations with india where you were chosen for the fighter competition. i want to start by asking you, how do you expect to win. how do you expect to beat euro. >> let me start by saying that we're going to -- we have cooperation with india and france. we know india, we know the country and we believe that india can make boosts from the political level and continue this full type of click collaboration with spain. >> reporter: and do you feel you have a stronger industrial cooperation package as well. >> we have also very strong cooperation. we believe that all together we can offer much more attractive situation for the future development of india industry. >> reporter: of the whole order of aircraft about 130 aircraft or so, 18 of them are supposed to be built in europe in existing factories but the rest coproduced with hanestan in india. but hanesta had some
with britain's favorite couple. the latest on will and kate's visit across the pond. >>> this just in. the national mall evacuated because of the severe storms going through the area. the entire dc metro area is under a severe thunderstorm warning. storms taking place have been extended many of them until 7:45 p.m. tonight. when we come back we will talk about how long the storms will stick around for. ñ8 >>> britain's favorite royal couple continue their north american tour today. prince william and his bride spent the night on a canadian warship from montreal to quebec this morning joining sailors for a sunday morning church service. their nine-day canadian tour includes seven cities and four provinces and one territory. the royals head to california on july 8th. >>> anny hong is joining us now. awfully busy day. >> a lot of severe thunderstorm warnings in effect for dc, montgomery. until 7:45 p.m. tonight. the severe thunderstorm watch in effect until midnight for the entire area but where you see darker yellow that's the severe thunderstorm warnings. let me list what areas are be
in peril britain was at the end of the 20 century. to discuss this, my colleague spoke to an economist, the author who left after taking part in protests in 1989, and a writer on risk in geopolitics. first, we take stock of how the land lies. >> the paramount fear -- the crowd is diverse the of all code come to take part in a production of a change their lives. they call it naturalization here. to you and me, that means becoming a u.s. citizen. cheesy, yes, to see one of the ceremonies is to grasp the essence of america. >> this is one of those only in america plummets. this is part of a living -- legal process. this is all wrapped into kind of a movie experience. it says, "i am honored to congratulate you on becoming a citizen of the united states. because of your determination, this great nation, is now your nation, sign, sincerely, barack obama." >> america is vexed by doubts, but that has not put them off. fresh blood is coming faster than ever before. >> the racism and everything you encounter, i don't feel that here. >> they give me so much freedom. freedom to do anything i want.
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. >>> britain's prince william and his bride will begin a three-day visit to southern california on friday. the royal newlyweds are currently drawing big crowds in canada and are expected to get big turnouts in los angeles as well. but one of most l.a.'s most prominent brits probably won't be among them. soccer star david beckham says his wife is due to give birth to their first daughter on the fourth of july and he has to work. >> i know there's a couple of events, one we were invited to, but unfortunately, i'm not going to be able to make it just because i have a game the night after. >> beckham says the fourth of july means a lot to him and his wife victoria. it's their wedding anniversary. they have been married 12 years. >>> hit the slopes this holiday weekend? yes, it's never too late for a little skiing. opes. >>> well, it's going to be really warm. no skiing around here. i've got my detailed forecast, coming up and you'll definitely want to watch that. ,,,,,, i know you're worried about making your savings last and having enough income when you retire. that's why i'm here -- to hel
and an elaborate dinner. britain's royal couple, prince william and katherine are in montreal. the couple made a visit to a hospital. some 35 demonstrators gathered outside the hospital to protest the couple's nine-day visit, calling william and katherine parasites and war criminals. but a larger crowd of about 150 people welcome the royals. the newlyweds are on their first official overseas visit as husband and wife. >>> well a lot of us are planning to cook hamburgers this holiday weekend, but in california, organizers of one county fair are hoping to cook the biggest burger ever. the fair is celebrating its 99th anniversary by trying to set the guiness world record. they cooked the burger today and sold bite sized pieces for 99 cents each. the burger was placed on a 110- pound bun with more than 50- pounds of cheese, 20-pounds of onions, 12-pounds of pickles and 30-pounds of lettuce. it packed a whopping 1,374- calories. not including of course the fries. >> and what was that? >> that's the biggest burger ever. i'm thinking that fair's motto is not everything in moderation. >> hey, it's
,. >> it was cool. >> congratulations to matt weres. >> the orrels and atlanta 5-4. zack britain hit the first homer and pitched well enough to win but didn't get the victory. the braves went ahead 4-3. and then mark reynolds came through with a game winning shot. the orioles travel to texas to play the rangers. >> and we are getting set for fireworks. and the masons around the country not so lucky. why the 4th of july just won't be the same in many parts of our country. if i were a customer, i'd like nonstop travel because it's quicker. because it's convenient. it's just the best way to go. keeps the cost down. [ male announcer ] southwest airlines has added new nonstop flights from bwi airport to south carolina. it means more time doing the things i want to do. it's easy. it's hassle-free. there's no headaches. [ male announcer ] fly southwest airlines' new nonstops from bwi airport to greenville-spartanburg and charleston, south carolina. i like nonstop travel because... you don't got any more stuff. [ laughter ] [ ding ] >>> party started early are in columbus. the 31st annual red white and boom
back in may. we'll have more on the case later in this broadcast. britain's prince william and his wife kate received a mixed reaction as they visiteded cancer patience at a hospital in montreal yesterday. the royal couple is touring canada before come to go the united states later this week. you're looking at the fireworks last night over monte carlo harbor that capped off the wedding celebration of monaco's prince albert the second and his south african bride. the wedding was the first by a ruling prince in monaco since 1956 when albert's father married american actress grace kelly. now for today's weather. heat will blanket the country with thunderstorms providing fireworks on the fourth of july eve. on independence day, spekt more heat and humidity and plenty of fireworks that night guaranteed. ahead rocking with snowball the bird. but first cases of credibility., >> osgood: a very different cases of dominique strauss kahn and casey anthony dominated much of the news this past week. we asked two reporters to take a closer look. first on the kahn case. >> reporter: dominique strauss
from. >> great britain. >> and the future of america could be in jeopardy as well. adults under the age of 30, lowest score. >> who did they think we broke away from? >> there was china. >> what? seriously? >> yeah. or was it japan some somewhere in the far east. >> it was odd things that you can't belive people would have guessed. >> we need to talk to our nephews and nieces and godchildren and remind them about your nation's history. you found that poll, didn't you? >> tom sherwood found it earlier in the week. >> he was outraged. >> yeah. it's a little surprising. >> people are like let's party. let's cookout. happy fourth of july. >> good morning. how are we doing today? >> well, we'd be better if the sun-woo shine and we wouldn't be awakened by thunderstorms. >> true, true. >> other than that, we're happy to be here. >> right now we have the in between now. the lull in the atmosphere. we'll get some dry weather a little while. maybe some peeks of sunshine. then firing up more showers and thunderstorms again. 74 is where we're at. humidity is high. 87%. winds southwesterly at 8 mile
! >>> 20 minutes past the hour here, and would you believe that britain's new newlyweds were met by protest when they went to quebec city. they were greeted by onarchy protest in one stop in montreal, and expecting the same thing to happen in quebec city. montreal, the couple took a cooking class, and they also spent last night on a canadian naval ship. british media now calling it the love boat. the royal couple scheduled to make their way to california on friday morning. we have a new royal wedding to talk about, though. this is a wedding in tiny monaco. >> absolutely beautiful wedding. let's take a look at this magnificent wedding of prince albert of monaco, who is one of the few monarchs in the world that has executive power, and he lives in the palace and his family has lived in the palace since the 13th century. you are looking at the bride and she's walking along the palace courtyard, and if you notice behind her the flower girls with their interesting straw hats, and then this is the palace that they say was taken over in the 1200's by a monk. for 700 years they have been living in
of northwestern put it this way even as the tory party's are uncertain of the anglican church in great britain has been described as the tory party of the pulpit, so the legal professoriate in most good law schools can be described as the democratic party at the lectern. that's been changed and i mentioned it's been changing at harvard, and indeed most schools these days will house a libertarian or conservative outspoken law professor they may hesitate to have more than one for the fear they will breed -- [laughter] but they do tend to have one these days and so things are changing. this is not new. this ideological slant goes back a good long way, and if you wanted to you could trace it back about a century ago who said that it should be conceived as applied social engineering. isn't that a wonderful phrase which means the law schools might think of themselves as schools of engineering but it began picking up momentum during and after the new deal. various law professors joined fdr's administration even more notably people in fdr's administration went over to the wall school after they left and b
. in fact they worked hand-in-hand to drag the united states and britain into the war. >> did you write the book between -- before the wikileaks that was so? >> i began on the book a long time ago in fact in 2003 and what happened is i got a call from a man named serge in "the new york times" who was writing a piece for the review section of the times on the international alliance and he and i had never met but he said for some reason when he thought about the subject my name popped into his head. >> why do you think that was? >> i'm not sure, probably i am a well-known realist and someone who believes in the politics likely to expect the state's law a a lot and by the way when i first start of the researchers said i would find evidence of research laying all the time and i was actually quite shocked that is not the case here told quite rarely and i used to go around the country talking about the subject, this is before the book was published and i would tell the audience is i can't find much evidence of slowing. it was amazing how cynical people were. they said we can't believe that. y
and expect picturation miss something you be the judge. >>> speaking of royal weddings, britain's newly weds arrived in quebec and they're there visiting children with cancer. it's part of a 9-day journey through canada, the first official overseas trip as husband and wife and they're heading to the west coast next week for their american visit. >>> secretary of state hillary clinton met spain's king during the last leg of her three- nation european tour. the monarch greeted secretary clinton with a hand shake and a kiss there. clinton also met with the spanish foreign minister. the two are showing a united front against libyan leader moammar ghadafi's threats of attacks in europe and that it won't stop their mission to protect libyan civilians and force him to release power. >> instead of issuing threats, ghadafi should put the -- ghadafi should put the well- being and the interest of his own people first, and he should step down from power and help facilitate a democratic transition that will meet the aspirations of the libyan people. >> ghadafi told a large pro- government rally in tripol
markets. >> okay. let's go there. we worry about the world. we see britain. we see greece. we worry that there isn't growth elsewhere. but there really is. in emerging market there's is hot growth. let's say you're part of the 36% who doesn't think the u.s. economy is going to do well. year worried about some parts of the global economy. how do i tap into those places that are really growing? >> you want to buy an emerging markets fund. if you look at the numbers what is going on in asia and parts of latin america, it's a powerful story. the transfer of wealth, the growth of the middle class, they are where we were in the 1950s. so you would buy something like the lazard emerging markets fund. for some reason they're not accepting money, you buy their emerging markets blend fund. either one of those are good. they are a cadillac of emerging markets investing. and they do their research. they're in the good geographies, in the good companies. and the growth in the emerging markets is powerful. it's long-term. and they're trading among themselves. >> when you say like we were, their c
era of cheap literature. the plays, of course, once they landed in britain and liverpool in 1893, there were ten versions in london on the day she landed. imagine that. so i think it's a fascinating summary, and i don't mean to simplify the summary of that book in so many ways. >> yeah. well, i can't really think of another novel and i love so many novels and teach so many novels and love them all, but i can't think of another that had the impact of uncle tom's cabin. you know, where does one begin? it's now translated into over 70 languages, and every year even now new additions and -- new editions and new languages keep coming out. it's an up credible international phenomena. again, where do you begin? in russia, there's 57 editions published there. first, it was banned in russia because it was considered a subversive novel, but then in 1857 it was lennon's favorite novel and it laid behind the russian revolution, it was one of the influences of the russian revolution. anyway, as i was saying, the play went everywhere. in america, there's so many different versions of the play.
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